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    Superior Shot Peening, Inc. is an international company with one goal in mind — making your metal last longer!Superior Shot Peening is the clear choice for all of your shot peening, phosphating,...
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    Goff has been in business for over 3 decades specialising in and manufacturing a complete line of abrasive shot blast cleaning and peening equipments.
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    Southwest United Industries was formed in 1953 and has established itself as a processing center of excellence to a worldwide customer base for the aerospace, defense, oil and gas, industrial and...
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    F.J. Brodmann & Co., L.L.C. has supplied high performance materials and engineering know-how to the aerospace, space, automotive, marine, electronic, petrochemical, paper, printing, mining, metal,...
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    Abrasive Materials are Finishing Specialists, they manufacture and supply cut wire products along with other alloyed materials. Abrasive Materials  have manufactured cut wire products for over 50...
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    Hycrome (Europe) Limited, part of the Score Group of companies, has specialised in providing customers with surface treatment solutions since 1947. Plating, coating, painting, shot peening and...
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    UK's Widest Range of Springs European Springs & Pressings Ltd have two dynamic spring manufacturing facilities in London and Cornwall, whilst also incorporating a stocking facility in...
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    As a truly global provider of subcontract thermal processing services, Bodycote is able to offer a significant advantage to its customers. Through an international network of plants, Bodycote utilises...
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    Since 1923, Composition Materials Co, Inc. has been an industry leader in manufacturing and distributing abrasives, fillers and extenders. For over 30 years, they have been a trusted supplier of...
  • Article - 30 Jul 2001
    Iron (Fe) is a metal that has been known since ancient times. In fact, the Earth’s crust is made up of 5% of iron, which is the second most abundant metal after aluminum.